Lent and Holy Week Schedules

Ash Wednesday Eucharist and Imposition of Ashes - March 6, 7 PM
Morning Prayer - Wednesday mornings from March 13 to April 17, 6:30 AM
Palm Sunday Eucharist - Sunday, April 14, 9:30 AM
Stations of the Cross, Friday, April 12, 7 PM
Maundy Thursday Eucharist and Foot Washing, April 18, 7 PM
Good Friday Liturgy, Friday, April 19, 7 PM.
Easter Sunday Eucharist, April 21, 9:30 AM

Lenten Resources 

Journeys are always better with a good road map. They point out important routes, warn against dead ends, draw your attention to sights to see and appreciate. This Lent, we've assembled some good road maps and resources to help you on your Lenten journey. You'll find a downloadable devotional guide, beautiful music to enjoy, and our own Monthly Prayer Points.

Christianity Today Lenten Devotional

Journey to the Cross is written to help individuals, families, and small groups as we ponder again the death and resurrection of Jesus this season. It features fellow Anglicans, Esau McCaulley and Tish Harrison-Warren . You can download the devotional here.


The Good of Giving Up by Aaron Dimiani

Lent can often seem like an empty ritual. But what Aaron Damiani, Anglican priest in the Chicagoland area, came to find, and what he describes inside, is something else entirely. Something exceedingly good. It has been described as a “springtime for the soul,” a season of clearing to make room for growth. The Good of Giving Up will show you why, encouraging you to participate in what many know as a rich spiritual journey.

“Lent, like any unfamiliar practice, is best explored with a competent guide. The Good of Giving Up is just that. Aaron beautifully sets forth the practices of Lent as a gentle harness, yoking us to the goodness and power of Christ. Get in a Lenten yoke with Jesus and you’ll discover that is not heavy or ill-fitting, but food for the soul.” ACNA Bishop Todd Hunter

Lenten Music Offerings

Liturgical Folk, led by Dallas-area Anglican Ryan Flanigan, has just released a new album for Lent, with songs beautifully and thoughtfully written for Ash Wednesday, each Sunday of Lent, and Holy Week, featuring many well-known artists such as Josh Garrels and Liz Vice. The lyrics to each “poem” could stand on their own as prayers for the Lenten season.

You can learn more about Liturgical Folk here, and you can listen to the album here.